NASCAR rookie Trevor Bayne turned 20-years old yesterday on February 19th. Today he won the 2011 Daytona 500 in just his 2nd career Sprint Cup start and first ever at the Daytona 500.
Bayne came out with the lead after the last caution and went on to hold off veteran Carl Edwards for the remarkable win.
Few losses have had as much effect on their sport like that of Dale Earnhardt’s 10 years ago. No NASCAR fan under the age of 18 doesn’t remember his story, his life and the way he raced: balls out. He was, and still is, an icon. CNN reports:
In third place of the 2001 Daytona 500, [...]
Even though it might make winning a sixth championship harder for his team, Jimmie Johnson is fine with whatever changes to the NASCAR points system are on the way. According to Sports Illustrated, Johnson is ready and willing to challenge for the Sprint Cup Championship regardless of the circumstances:
“I don’t care what races are in [...]
Nothing says crazy like hillbillies letting monkeys ride shotgun in race cars.